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use "engender" in a sentence

This gathering was known as the Big Event and its aim was to engender a feeling of being one national university rather than a collection of small campuses.

Therefore, "the ultimate goal of the learning process should be to engender in language education students" the willingness to communicate
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Also, some ronin joined in bands, engaging in robbery and uprisings.

Westminster is the only college in Utah to be included in Colleges of Distinction, for excellence in engaging students, teaching, a vibrant campus community, and successful outcomes for students.

Rhino's, established in 1992 by students at Harmony Education School, has a mission to support community's youth with engaging entertainment, in a drug free environment.

Mason, 104. While the Second String Quartet is less engaging than the First and less characterful than the Third, its slow movement is a substantial and particularly affecting piece.

The bolt itself was of similar configuration to the AR-15 with 7 radial locking lugs engaging corresponding recesses in the barrel extension, and the extractor in place of the 8th lug.

Ancient China The ancient Egyptians were not the only ones engaging in flower arranging during ancient times.

This post-Eucharistic gathering is often called "fellowship hour" or "coffee hour" and is regarded by many clergy as a particularly opportune time for engaging adults in Christian education.

Stuart's manners and deportment were described by his host as most engaging.

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